Lewis Capaldi denies Morrissey Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart

Elton John and the Rocketman soundtrack soar into the Top 10 following the film's release

Lewis Capaldi enjoys his second week at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart with Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.

The Scotsman continues to ride the wave of success with his debut album, outselling the rest of this week’s Top 5 combined.

Morrissey claims this week’s highest new entry with his covers album California Son at Number 4, his 14th Top 10 album as a solo artist.

The Motion Picture Cast Recording of Elton John biopic Rocketman makes a Top 5 debut at Number 5, just ahead of Elton’s Diamonds greatest hits album, which leaps nine spots to Number 6. The Amazons’ second album Future Dust becomes their second Top 10 effort, debuting at Number 9.

Four more new entries land inside the Top 40 this week: Primal Scream’s new compilation album Maximum Rock ‘N’ Roll: The Singles (18) becomes their tenth Top 20, Where The Action Is by The Waterboys (21), Flamagra by Flying Lotus (25), and Sting’s My Songs (27) which marks the musician’s 19th Top 40 album.

Finally, Spice Girls’ Greatest Hits flies back into the Top 40 at Number 24 following the launch of the Spice World 2019 tour.

See the full Official Albums Chart Top 100